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Hierarchy and canonization of memory

Course: Memory and its role in conflict and conflict transformationLecturer: Orli Fridman Hierarchy and Canonization of Memory: Adaptation of Historiography to Socio-political Identity Construction Course participant: Jasmina Gavrankapetanović-Redžić, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina In...

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Collective Memory on the Greek Civil War

Course: Memory and its role in conflict and conflict transformationLecturer: Orli Fridman Collective Memory of the Greek Civil War: The Case of the Refugee Children Course participant: Irena Avirovic, Skopje, Macedonia As a...

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Bosnia and Herzegovina

Internationally recognized, independent, sovereign state, on the road to Europe as far back as 1991. It consists of entities, cantons, constituent peoples (See), locals (See), internationals (See), human rights (See), war criminals, local mobsters, mine fields, returnees, democracy (See), passports and other personal identification documents, a motorway under construction and many other things fully interpreted in this guide.



Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian. The name of the language(s) used by the constituent peoples (See) of Bosnia and Herzegovina (See). Each constituent people uses– for purely practical reasons – abbreviated name: the Bosniaks – Bosnian, the Croats – Croatian and the Serbs – Serbian.  Some internationals (See), however, force this Titoist (See : Tito), homogeneous name which, as claimed by malicious persons , would be OUT of use before it has actually gotten IN very soon after the departure of the internationals (See) from B&H.



Engl. "As soon as possible". Verbatim, as a technical term, reflects the paradigmatic project situation: all planned deadlines have been exceeded. "Do not mention any dates lest it be discovered where it got stuck or who is responsible! We all try to speed things up and always have. There’s a fire lit under me but do not panic lest it would get even worse!“  This, to a large degree, also intends to transpose the responsibility to the person asked to do something ASAP because it implies that the sender of the message is more expedient and better organized than the recipient. (See: ACRONYMS in general).


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